An Automotive Experience Like No Other

Now into its second year, Robb Report Singapore’s Car of the Year returns to celebrate the latest and most exciting supercars with a week-long event from 10 – 16 July, with the picturesque Bayfront as backdrop.

This year, the event will extend invitations to those who wish to be a judge* at the prestigious event. Similar to last year’s Robb Report Singapore’s Car of the Year, each vehicle will be judged based on factors including innovation, design, handling and driver satisfaction.

Other exciting activities include rare vintage cars on display, famous art pieces from Singapore’s top galleries, vintage whisky tastings (only after the day has ended, of course!) and dining at celebrity chef restaurants at Marina Bay Sands.

Interested in being a judge at this year’s Robb Report Singapore’s Car of the Year? Click here to find out more!





A Landmark Event in Singapore’s Automotive Calendar

For the first time since its inception in 1993, Car Of The Year expanded out of USA and was organised in Singapore. Held at Marina Bay Sands’ Expo and Convention Centre from 13 to 16 September, local and regional VVIP guests had a chance to test drive and judge each of the cars.

Participating brands included Audi, Aston Martin, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Land Rover, McLaren and Porsche. The drives took place on two routes; the Eastern route to Fort Road in the morning, and the Western Route down Keppel Road in the afternoon. Throughout the day, guests were treated to nibbles by TWG, Gaggenau and MBS, and were kept entertained with racing simulators and a virtual golf station, along with impressive booth displays by Roger Dubuis and Leica.

After four days of intense judging, discussions and feasting at Adrift and Cut by Wolfgang Puck, the Mclaren 570S was declared Robb Report Singapore’s Car Of The Year for 2016.

Learn more about the cars that participated, and the events that transpired.

2016 Winner - McLaren 570S


Judges had the chance to test the cars over two very different routes in the city. In the morning, they took the Eastern route to Fort Road, while the afternoons saw them on the scenic Western Route down Keppel Road.